Pearl Thusi annihilates US President Donald Trump for not doing enough

Pearl Thusi annihilates US President Donald Trump for not doing enough

- Pearl Thusi believes US President Donald Trump has taken too long to act

- She feels that he needs to take accountability for all those who contracted the virus in his country during a time when action should already have been taken

- In a series of posts, Pearl explained herself and urged the people of Mzansi to stay safe and comply with the measures that have been put in place

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Pearl Thusi absolutely obliterated US president Donald Trump on social media! She does not think that he has done enough to stop the spread of the virus.

Many South Africans contracted the virus while visiting the US and Trump just does not seem too concerned about it.

Briefly.co.za saw Pearl’s very public rant on social media regarding Trump and the coronavirus– sis had zero chill.

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Pearl believes that Trump should take some accountability for Mzansi’s lockdown and coronavirus spread. She thinks Trump took too long to act and now other countries like SA are suffering as a result.

Knowing that politicians knew what was coming, Pearl thinks it is horrifying that they protected themselves at a time when thousands are suffering.

Pearl made it clear that any Trump supporter is not a friend of hers, not even virtually.

“People who support Trump blindly and without doing any research are just not people I want to have around me — not even virtually — his propaganda is viral because it’s an actual virus — destructive and sickening. Block that energy and protect your space.”

Closing off, Pearl urged the people of Mzansi to pull together and abide by the regulations that have been put in place.

In other news, after a week of citizens wondering what would happen next in light of the coronavirus pandemic, President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced a 21-day lockdown.

This unprecedented move has left many feeling confused and uncertain over what the three weeks will entail.

Briefly explores the information available at this time in order to provide citizens with an explanation.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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